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Fun drawing With Fairy Tales.

Fairy tales are huge at the moment as you probably already know - all over the place in fashion editorials and illustration etc. so while sitting in front of the tv at night with pencil and sketch book I have been letting my doodling head in that direction. I mean, God Forbid a trend should pass me by.
 This is so much fun as accuracy and reality are less important, imagination is freed up to go anywhere and  subject matter happily treads along the dark side. This begun with a badly needed exercise drawing hands but that was just too much hard work so it drifted into this bigger drawing which still needs finishing - not sure it will be though....





Comments

Ruby-Robin said…
These are great Luna. This style of drawing would be unreal as cards, really stylish and quirky...have u thought of creating some and selling them?
karenw said…
Too Talented for words. Love these so very much xxx
Hence72 said…
i love these drawings

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